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Week 5's biggest fantasy football questions: 32 NFL reporters give advice

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NFL Nation answers the biggest fantasy questions -- provided by ESPN fantasy football analyst Mike Clay -- across the league for Week 5.

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Buffalo Bills

Will Dawson Knox see an increase from the three to four targets per game he has seen during the past few weeks?

It's a safe bet. Tyler Kroft doesn't look anywhere near ready to play, and Knox has shown chemistry with Josh Allen and had a decent rapport with backup Matt Barkley at the end of last week's game. Regardless of who is under center, Knox is establishing himself as one of the Bills' more reliable receiving options, regardless of position. -- Marcel Louis-Jacques


Miami Dolphins

Has Mark Walton overtaken Kalen Ballage, and how much of a role will he play after the bye?

It was certainly that way Sunday, and Walton proved deserving of more opportunities in his limited reps. But Dolphins coaches promise not to give up on Ballage just yet, even after his rough start to the year. My best guess is after the bye Kenyan Drake will be the clear No. 1 back, which should give him a more consistent fantasy floor, with Ballage and Walton splitting the backup reps until one makes himself the leader in that role. Neither Ballage nor Walton is worthy of a fantasy roster spot right now. -- Cameron Wolfe